* Plan require motor fleet mpg to average 54.5 * Obama says new rules will cut oil use by 2.2 mln bpd * Energy analysts see it stalling demand growth By David Sheppard NEW YORK, July 29 (Reuters) - While U.S. President Barack Obama's plan to sharply increase fuel economy standards is a positive step to reducing America's reliance on imported oil, the full benefits may not be felt for at least another 25 years. Analysts called the plan to require motor company fleets to average 54.5 ...
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